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Our experts delve into the subject of ‘bringing circularity to a sustainable workplace’.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has published an ‘implementation pack’ to help those delivering built environment projects to apply circular economy principles.
In an era in which the environment is increasingly a major focus for both business and politics, the phrase ‘circular economy’ is expected to be one to follow 2020.
This guide will take you through key steps to follow to ensure you avoid the wrath of the ICO (the UK’s information commissioner), keep customer data secure and remain compliant.
To help you put together a project plan, we’ve outlined our recommended timeline for a small office move with a refurbishment.
Planning an office move can be challenging but a comprehensive procurement process can help deliver cost savings, service efficiencies and a seamless ‘business as usual’ transition.
Managing a commercial relocation project without overspending can be a real challenge – here are a few clever tricks you can use to deliver a seamless office move for less.
For many organisations, the drive to minimise the impact of business on our wider environment has moved on from a ‘nice to have’ to a business imperative.
The environmental arguments for moving to circular business practices are extensive, but what are the wider social benefits for an organisation moving towards circularity?
We’re supposed to be living in a world of flexible working. A time when our workplaces are more in tune with the needs of staff than ever before.
The circular economy is about changing the way we live and work.
A well delivered office refurbishment will refresh a tired workspace and better reflect an organisation’s brand.